When the mosquito bites a healthy person, the parasite moves to human blood each time its blood is absorbed. The parasite migrates directly to the human liver and enters the cells and grow in it proliferating and during this period in which the parasite is located inside the liver does not feel the human symptoms of the disease. After a period of 8 days to several months, the parasite moves from the liver to enter the red blood cells, where it grows and multiply inside, and then the balls explode to get out a large number of parasites attack new blood cells and get out of the balls also toxins that lead to the feeling of the disease and in this period if The mosquitoes can bite the infected person and absorb the parasite from the blood to remain in the body for a week or more after which it is able to transmit the disease to another person. Where it absorbs blood to injure a healthy person
Complications of the disease: breathing problems (such as pooling water in the lungs) Drought and shock Liver dysfunction Automatic bleeding Seborrhea (yellowing of the skin due to increased substance called bilirirubin in the blood) Low blood sugar level Renal failure Inflammation and splitting of the spleen These complications are most serious among pregnant women and children. Anemia and brain malaria
Sam was shocked by what he heared and was also sad and decided that he should contrubute to an anti-malaria campaign in america and asked for financial help to treat infected people , especially children and pregnant women.